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Swiss lakeside villages. Neolithic tools of organic materials (wood and cord) from various waterlogged sites. (Original teaching slide code: JER30)

1978

35mm slide: 20632

16635

"Ice Man" mummy being "excavated", note use of ski pole as excavation tool, absence of any scientific method. (Original teaching slide code: JER31)

1992

35mm slide: 20633

16636

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The "Ice Man’s" wood items in situ, note bow, arrows, etc. tumbling out of glacier. (Original teaching slide code: JER32)

Book is in German

1992

35mm slide: 20634

16637

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Neolithic female figurine, seated female with features resembling bird/geometric designs. (Original teaching slide code: JER33)

1991

35mm slide: 20635

16638

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Neolithic cave paintings: abstract signs and hunting scene from the most extensive Neolithic cave paintings in Europe, Late Neolithic (ca. 4500-3500 BC); may be cult place for male hunting cults. (Original teaching slide code: JER34)

1973

35mm slide: 20636

16639

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Chichén Itzá -- House of Panels and Iglesia from top of Caracol.

35mm slide: 397

1664

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Oval Bronze Age houses on small islands off Sicily. Oval houses were the norm in the BA Mediterranean until the arrival of Greek-inspired rectangular masonry. (Original teaching slide code: JER35)

35mm slide: 20637

16640

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Bronze Age menhirs. (Original teaching slide code: JER36)

1979

35mm slide: 20638

16641

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Etruscan tomb "Tomba degli Sardi", note aristocratic ornaments, inscription in Etruscan. (Original teaching slide code: JER-4)

35mm slide: 20606

16645

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Aerial view of Stonehenge. (Original teaching slide code: JER40)

1983

35mm slide: 20642

16646

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Sequence of building phases. Note shift from simple henge of wooden posts to megalithic stone construction around beginning of Bronze Age. (Original teaching slide code: JER41)

1983

35mm slide: 20643

16647

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Reconstruction of building technique. Note mode of raising megalithic stones with simple technologies; no space aliens or Druids needed! (Original teaching slide code: JER42)

1983

35mm slide: 20644

16648

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Chichén Itzá -- Monjas group from top of Caracol.

35mm slide: 398

1665

Male pelvis. Italian Neolithic male from Ripa Tetta in situ; photo taken in case fragile bone disintegrated on excavation; note narrow sciatic notch, large acetabulum (Original teaching slide code: JER44)

35mm slide: 20646

16650

Enamel hypoplasia. Italian Neolithic female from Passo di Corvo, note horizontal hypoplastic bands on surface of canine, each representing a growth interruption; note also calculus deposits. (Original teaching slide code: JER45)

35mm slide: 20647

16651

Ante-mortem tooth loss. Italian Iron Age female from Pontcagnano, note ante-mortem loss of all posterior teeth with resorption of alveoli. (Original teaching slide code: JER46)

35mm slide: 20648

16652

Cribra orbitalia. Italian Neolithic child from Passo di Corvo, note deposition of fresh bone on roof of orbits, reflecting iron deficiency. (Original teaching slide code: JER47)

35mm slide: 20649

16653

Vertebral degeneration. Italian Iron Age male from Pontecagnano, note lipping of thoracic vertebral body and Schmorl’s node (depression in center of body), reflecting aging and mechanical stress. (Original teaching slide code: JER48)

35mm slide: 20650

16654

Knee degeneration. Italian Iron Age male from Pontecagnano, note severe arthritis of the distal femur, with lipping and eburnation. (Original teaching slide code: JER49)

35mm slide: 20651

16655

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Bronze mirror, 4th c. BC, note engraved design. (Original teaching slide code: JER-5)

35mm slide: 20607

16656

Tibial periostitis. Italian Iron Age male from Pontecagnano, note deposition of fresh bone on medial tibia shaft, reflecting varied causes (trauma, infection). (Original teaching slide code: JER50)

35mm slide: 20652

16657

Italian Iron Age male from Pontecagnano, note healed fractures of distal left radius and ulna. (Original teaching slide code: JER51)

35mm slide: 20653

16658

Etruscan male from Tarquinia with healed sword cut on one side of skull, unhealed cut on the other. (Original teaching slide code: JER52; courtesy of F. Mallegni)

35mm slide: 20654

16659

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Chichén Itzá -- Monjas, Annex and Iglesia.

35mm slide: 399

1666

Italian Iron Age male from Pontecagnano with bronze arrowhead lodged in proximal right femur, note bone growth around point. (Original teaching slide code: JER53)

35mm slide: 20655

16660

Italian Bronze Age male from Grotta dello Scoglietto, with trepanation of skull, probably carried out by scraping with stone tools. (Original teaching slide code: JER54)

35mm slide: 20656

16661

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Tomb fresco with Musician, from the "Tomb of the Leopards". (Original teaching slide code: JER-6)

35mm slide: 20608

16662

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Map including Egypt and Nubia. (Original teaching slide code: JR-1)

1980

35mm slide: 20581

16666

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Abydos, Egypt. Middle class funerary chapels, 12th Dynasty, ca. 1970 BC. Northern Cemetery excavations (Original teaching slide code: JR-10)

35mm slide: 20590

16667

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Abydos, Al-Balyana, Egypt. Stela in situ, 12th Dynasty, ca. 1970 BC. Northern Cemetery excavations. (Original teaching slide code: JR-11)

1988

35mm slide: 20591

16668

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Chichén Itzá -- Monjas Annex -- east end.

35mm slide: 400

1667

Abydos, Al-Balyana, Egypt. Pathological vertebrae, arthritic, probably from carrying loads on head. Northern Cemetery excavations. (Original teaching slide code: JR-13)

35mm slide: 20593

16670

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Faras, Lower Nubia. Selection of objects, A-Group, from grave in Faras cemetery. (Original teaching slide code: JR-16)

1991

35mm slide: 20596

16673

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Aniba, Lower Nubia. C-Group cemetery, cist tumuli superstructures and sandstone stelae. (Original teaching slide code: JR-17)

1991

35mm slide: 20597

16674

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Aniba, Lower Nubia. C-Group terracotta figurine from Cemetery N. (Original teaching slide code: JR-18)

35mm slide: 20598

16675

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Kerma, Upper Nubia. Classic Kerma phase (state-level), round hall and temple. (Original teaching slide code: JR-19)

1986

35mm slide: 20599

16676

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Kerma, Upper Nubia. Classic Kerma, "Eastern Defuffa", royal tumulus (KIII) and mortuary temple. (Original teaching slide code: JR-20)

1978

35mm slide: 20600

16678

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Kerma, Upper Nubia. Classic Kerma, reconstruction of royal tumuli, including human sacrifices. (Original teaching slide code: JR-21)

35mm slide: 20601

16679

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Chichén Itzá -- Iglesia -- rear view.

35mm slide: 401

1668

Kerma, Upper Nubia. Archer’s burial, Kerma cemeteries; covered by leather. (Original teaching slide code: JR-22)

35mm slide: 20602

16680

Naqada, Egypt. Predynastic burial before 3100 BC. (Original teaching slide code: JR-5)

35mm slide: 20585

16683

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Abydos, Egypt. Enclosure of Khasekhemwy, monumental mudbrick building, ca. 2700 BC. (Original teaching slide code: JR-7)

35mm slide: 20587

16685

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Chichén Itzá -- Iglesia -- front view.

35mm slide: 402

1669

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Chichén Itzá -- Chichan Chob or Red House.

35mm slide: 403

1670

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Stadel im Hohlenstein. One of earliest known ivory carvings in Europe. "ivory animal/anthropomorphic figure, c. 28 cm high, Period: Aurignacian (level IV in the cave), Age: c. 32,000 B.P., based on AMS dates on bones from the site. One of earliest known ivory carvings (full relief) in Europe. Identified as fragmentary carved object by excavator, Gustav Riek, in 1931. Complete object later reconstructed by several archaeologists from ivory fragmen

1983

35mm slide: 20412

16706

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Upper Paleolithic cave art. Niaux Cave. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 -14,000 B.P. Painted black bison with red ochre and black "darts". (Original teaching slide code: LF-10)

1978

35mm slide: 20421

16707

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Upper Paleolithic cave art. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 -14,000 B.P. "Vulvas" in red ochre and "plant-like forms" or arrows in manganese El Castillo Cave. Spain. (Original teaching slide code: LF-11)

1978

35mm slide: 20422

16708

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Petersfels, cave site in Germany. Petersfels jet pendant. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 - 13,000 B.P. Pendant of local jet (lignite) material, interpreted as schematic female figurine by comparison to other Late Magdalenian objects, including engravings and figurines, in western and central Europe. This site is one of the richest Magdalenian sites in central Europe; at this location are a small cave entirely excavated by Edouard Peters in t

1980

35mm slide: 20423

16709

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Chichén Itzá -- Chichan Chob or Red House.

35mm slide: 404

1671

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"Kesslerloch carved rib with reindeer. Site: Kesslerloch cave, Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 - 13,000 B.P. Small cave excavated in 19th century. Two Magdalenian levels. Features include evidence of hearths. Along with Petersfels and the nearby site of Schweizersbild, one of largest/richest Magdalenian assemblages in region. Stone artifacts, jet objects, bone/antler artifacts." (Original teaching slide code: LF-

1980

35mm slide: 20424

16710